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in the disappearance of kevin collins. this is man san francisco police knew mostly as wayne jackson. he had at least four aliases, and that's what threw police off his trail. >> based on jackson's description, his residence on masonic avenue, his ownership of a large black dog, and his criminal history, we are investigating jackson as a person of interest in this case. >> reporter: jackson was 6 feet tall, blond, and had a black dog, just like the person last seen talking to collins in february of 1984 at masonic and oak streets in san francisco. jackson lived on masonic. >> it's hard to look at it and not think, you know, that this is it, or this was very, very likely that this is what happened. >> reporter: kevin's brother steven found out last night from police that when kevin vanished, officers knew of jackson's 1991 connection to a kidnapping and molestation of a 7-year-old boy in san francisco. in february of '84, police interviewed jackson, and they searched his house. >> so that's my brother mike and myself here, gary, and kevin. >> reporter: but in 1984, police did not know about jackson's
had a sixth. sueance knew him as kelly jackson meeting him in 1979. the friendship lasting a daek dek yaid. >> they made me coffee and we were close and neighbors. >> jackson wanted in canada under another al ai. s for a 1973 kidnapping and sexual assault two of juvenile autos they said he'd gotten into trouble in canada. so goitsing to cause problems staying here. and so he knew how to change his identity norkt to leave a paper trail. i think they were conscious about living under the radar. >> jackson never told her he was a fugitive for molesting juf nilz. susan says she didn't know for sure but there are signs he might have liked young boys he did tell me a story it was, had a sexual component about a young boy. >> susan says jackson told bher a boy lifting next door he looked at the child's bedroom window watching him explore his sexuality. >> just way he told the story made me go to the oh, that is, that makes me uncomfortable thinking this is over the line he probably had a sort of interest in younger boys. >> witnesses say they saw kevin talking to a tall blond man with a dog.
. it turns out a neighbor of kevin collins had a sordid past. wayne jackson had a record that involved child molestation. he also had a black dog, just like the man kevin was last seen talking to. >> this case is a case that haunts the san francisco police department. >> reporter: now, 29 years later, police chief greg suhr is revealing for the first time that jackson is a person of interest in the case. but why wasn't he arrested back then? >> he was detained. he was interviewed. he allowed a consent search of the same house we just did a search warrant on. a photo spread was shown to the two witnesses that described the suspect. they weren't able to pick him out of the photo spread. >> they knew enough about his past. they dropped the ball on this guy. >> reporter: mark glass, an advocate for missing children, says the pd should have taken their person of interest more seriously. >> this is a guy who kidnapped and raped a small child on fisherman's wharf and then didn't appear for his court date. then when he finally was apprehended, he only
aliases. we now know he had a sixth. susan knew him as kelly jackson. she met him in 1979 and friendship last add decade. >> they have me over all the time. they made me coffee. used to hang out we were close. neighbors. we were in each other opposite pockets. >>reporter: jackson wanted in a canada under another alias forth 1973 kidnapping and sexual assault of 2 juveniles. >> they said had he gotten into some trouble in canada and so it was going to cause problems for him staying here if he used the same name. he knew how to change his identity and how not to leave a paper trail. so i think that they were conscious about living under the radar. >>reporter: jackson never told her he was a fugitive for molesting juveniles. susan says she didn't know for sure but there were scenes he might have liked young boys. >> he did tell me a story that had a sexual component in it about a young boy. >>reporter: susan says jackson told her about a boy who lived next door. that he looked out at the child's bedroom window. and watched them explore his sexuality. >> just the way
arrested and charged. fled canada. and 19-56 stewart. wayne jackson. contact them. if they ever of these names. san francisco's police chief greg suhr says the kevin haunted both him and his department. spoke with kron-4's terisa estacio about the latest at a news conference just hours ago, police revealed why therrien refered to by authorities as jackson - an alias is the primary disappearance. >> you can imagine what our initial response was. a bit of a pause. disappearance. they did provide her with this information. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4. >> at a news conference, they continue to provide information on why he is a primary suspect. >> this information of his criminal history, and his possession of having a black dog. continuingcontinuing with our team coverage, kron four's jeff bush spoke with kevin's aunt and uncle. for their reaction to the new developments in the case. >> reporter: michael and jackie deasyshowing us items from kevin's disappearance scrapbook. you can see how much media attention the case broughtall those years ago. throughout that time, the
lived in the neighborhood where kevin was last seen. many aliases. wayne jackson. kelly lee dawson and dan leonard ferrian. vic lee on how the different names played a big factor in the investigation. >> since february 8, 1984 there hasn't been a tip that came into the san francisco police department that we didn't act on. >> reporter: the chief said it was difficult investigating the person of interest in it case. a person with many aliases. >> on april 16 of 1981 jackson was arrested under the name wayne jackson in fisherman's wharf area of san francisco for kidnapping and lewd acts on a child. >> i bailed out and never showed up for the court case. jackson was arrested a year later and spent six months in jail for that offense. he used another aliases when was arrested in canada nine years earlier. >> he was wanted in canada under the name raymond william stewart for a 1973 incident where he allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted two juveniles. >> he successfully eluded arrest because he changed his ailian, once again. he lived her under the name dan therian. kevin vanished
jackson. kelly sean stewart. and finally dan leonard therrien. contact them. if they ever knew anyone who went by one >> san francisco's police chief greg suhr says the kevin collins case has long haunted both him and his department. new tonight at eight. he spoke with kron-4's terisa estacio about the latest developments. toat a news conference just hours ago, police revealed why therrien refered to by authorities as jackson - an alias is the primary suspect in kevin collins disappearance. >> reporter: earlier, the police chief spoke about speaking with the mother. >> you know, initially, her initial response was that of a pause. because obviously, she lost her son. and once she could wrap her head around the fact and we were provided all of this information >> reporter: the father? >> it is my understanding that he is out of the country. >> pam: the police revealed why kevin collins is his residence. and his ownership of a large, black and dog. and his criminal history we are investigating him as a person of interest in this case. >> pam: joining us now to talk about developments in t
dog, and his criminal history, we aren't best to getting jackson as a personal interest in this case. on january 29, 2013, the cold his investigators the fbi, and the sheriff executed a search warrant on jackson's masonic avenue residence. where he lived at the time of the kevin collins disappearance. two could never dogs from alan mean that county search around the garage. the area of the grosz that he was searched and we found small bones. the medical examiner examined the bone and based on the splinters they are animal remains. the results of further testing are not expected for three more weeks. we have been in contact with, sam and are giving them an update on this investigation. we spoke to the family to see if they recognize mr. jackson. we release a photograph of mr. jackson today along with the various names that someone will come forward with additional information on his activities, and whereabouts. coming up new tonight at 8:00 kron4 has an interview with santa francisco police chief's kron4 has a one on one with plus marc klaas will in be in the studio to give us his are
in country music, george strait, tim mcgraw and alan jackson and keith urban, blessings to all of mindy mccready's family today, very sad indeed. >> from carrie underwood, i grew up listening to mindy mccready, so sad for her family tonight, many prayers are going out to him. >> the band rascal flats tweeting, mindy you will be missed dear, our prayers are with your boys and your family. mindy lived in kiefer springs arkansas about 60 miles north of little rock. megyn. >> megyn: gone too soon. casey, thanks. >> reporter: yeah. >> megyn: weeks after the senate reached a bipartisan proposal on immigration, the white house floats its own plan and apparently, leaks it to the media over the weekend. senator rand paul says that proves that the white house is trying to torpedo reform, not help it along. fair and balanced debate on that right after this break. and the british tv series "downton abbey" about an aristocratic family garners a lot of attention on this side of the pond. this show is huge, not just in great britain, but here in america. and stu varney talks about why americans are s
the skids again. jesse jackson jr. going to jail. one american ceo is really slamming the french. we have all those big stories coming up next. stay with us. scalpel. clamp. glitter. [ male announcer ] staples makes it easier to get everything your business needs. even custom banners. and now get 50% off banners and posters. staples. that was easy. >>> the city of detroit in a financial emergency, it is a complete mess. now the question is, what are the next steps going to be to save this thing? kayla tausche has that story and more. good evening, kayla. >> good evening to you, larry. first up, rick snyder may soon turn the city over to an emergency manager. that manager could run the finances and try to find ways to save money, also the one to decide whether to take detroit into municipal bankruptcy. >>> and jesse jackson jr. is likely headed to prison. he pleaded guilty to misusing $750,000 of campaign funds. he bought himself a $43,000 rollex, as well as bruce lee and michael jackson memorabilia. he'll be sentenced in a few weeks and could face five years in prison. >>> listen to this,
jackson's son with the men of "oz" for "e.t." >> find out what james franco told me when the director revealed he wasn't the first choice for the role. >>> we're on the set of kevin costner and his young son. >> they've both met girls. >>> what's hot on tv this weekend? >> we're teaming up with papa john's to break it all down with our better weekend guide. >> we all fly out together as a film crew. >> start off your weekend with the cia thriller "argo." >> i need you to help me make a fake movie. >> you want to come to hollywood and act like a big shot without actually doing anything? >> yeah. >> you'll fit right in. >> ben affleck produces, directs and stars in the film. based on a declassified true story. >> you have 72 hours to get them out. >> "argo" is nominated for seven oscars. you can see it on blu-ray and dvd now. >> everything's got to be real. >>> another hot pick, the daytona 500. danica patrick starts in the poll position for nascar's biggest race. catch all the action sunday on fox. >>> the final ingredient for a better weekend. we showed you earlier, sunday night is al
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illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. signed a plea deal with federal prosecutors. the son of the well-known civil rights leader was under investigation for misusing campaign funds. jackson resigned from congress last year after taking an extended medical leave. >>> well, your favorite singers are getting ready for the biggest night in music, the 55th grammy awards. it is the hottest night for fashion as well. we're taking you to los angeles. >>> if you're one of merely a half million people who have had your identity stolen, well, you know how hard it is to get your life back. good news, the irs is vowing to help you and it's a serious problem but it's getting a lot of laughs in the movie "identity theft." >> you missed your court date in florida three days ago. >> i've never even been to florida. >> the criminal who stole your identity. >> boy, he's -- is that a woman? >> andy bigelow, patterson. >> well, the irs says that the number of people who reported having their social security number stolen shot up to more than 80% last year. victims normally have to wait more than six months
appreciates effort police are making but thinks investigators let jackson slip their fingers in the 08s. >> got to give sfpd credit for reopening the case and putting a lot of resources behind it but they were so close they should have had it. what they're doing now, looks like they're doing everything. we had an office right next door to where this guy was. we were there six months and he he was living that whole time probably laughing at us, you know? it's my feeling. i think they should have had him. >> his aunt says she's not sure why police are making such an effort now to search for a suspect. >> fairfield police are asking for your help to find a killer of a 7th grade girl. the guardian reported her missing thursday evening. the-]9ñm girl's naked body discovered friday morning at allen wit park. today investigators say an autopsy confirmed she was killed but they have not said now. police nort releasing any information about possible suspects but say they do have evidence. >> cautious information released is appropriate and timely at the right time we're looking for the suspect
jackson. i'm going to say lou gehrig, but i know it's not. good guess but no, it's not. oh, there we go. shades of sweeney todd. walberg: unlike miller, john bruno doesn't think bidders who attend quinn's auction in falls church, virginia, are primarily interested in traditional americana just because the auction house happens to be located in the suburban south. this is an auction house that does bill itself as dealing with d.c. and it's also on the internet. i'm spotting some modern art and good modern art, even by a no-name artist is always desirable. i mean, what do you see in that? i see a fish eating another fish. okay. huh. walberg: fish? i think that looks like an ear. talk to me about the sticks. come on over here. these are very cool. what kind of prices do you have on them? they range from $75 to... this one's sterling, made in portugal, $175. it's a lady's stick. much more delicate more feminine. this is a more contemporary one, but it's always saleable. anything with dogs. walberg: john looks at these walking sticks before miller buys her dog cane. but dea
arrested in canada. >> jackson was wanted under the name raymond williams stewart fr a 1973 incident allegedly kidnapped and sexual assaulted two juveniles he was release and flid the country. he al you'ded arrest because he changed his alias again. the man lived here mostly under the name dan ferian, his name when he died in 2008. kevin vanished in february, 1984 and left basketball practice at the gym and waited for a bus at oak and messonic. a nationwide search ensued. kevin's picture on front of news week and on milk cartons. volunteers scoured the city two. witnesses told police that they saw kevin talking to a man with a dog. the first man said kevin was at the bus stop. the second witness who saw kevin later said the boy was in front of ferian's home.
or @jimcramer on twitter. including today, desean jackson who took his picture with me and you'll notice my avatar and my dad and he's wearing number 10. so we absolutely have two number tens checking in. so we have to do some work. let's do some mad tweets. here's a tweet from @ann her meese 7 who writes i'm curious what's your opinion on hewlett-packard? should i cut my loss or wait for new movement? i think hewlett-packard is one of the most intriguing stocks out there. because it fell down 40%, actually 44% last year. it's the worst performing stock in the dow. yet, the balance sheet is not that bad. they could clean up some debt, "the wall street journal" suggested that today. and the possibility that meg whitman can engender a turn around means i would not sell the stock here. however, just so you know she's going to get about a two-quarter honeymoon and if she doesn't turn it around, people will dump it again. let's own it for two quarters and let's see what happen. i didn't think it was available until i saw the dell leverage buyout. here's one from andy rush @a rush 82. he asks, in
who died five years ago. he was wayne jackson. he had five different identities and a criminal record. he was convicted of child molestation in 1981. that is three years before kevin's disappearance. police recently discovered he was accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two 13-year-old boys in canada. he lived across the street from the school and he owned a large black dog. at time of course, police searched jackson's home but they didn't find anything. but last week investigators earned to that home where jackson used to live. cadaver dog a reacted to an area of the garage. that area was he can can straighted and bones were found. medical examiner says a preliminary assessment suggest that is the bones were from an animal. further tests are being conducted and the results are expected in a few weeks. jenna. jenna: we'll continue to watch those developments. patti ann, thank you. >> thank you. jon: a new study offers a startling prediction on the mental health of america's aging population. it suggests the number of alzheimer's cases could triple in the next 40 years. resear
: in the chicago sun-times morning on the front page, the story of jesse jackson junior with the headline -- read more about the trials and tribulations of representative jesse jackson, jr. we are talking about your view of the economic recovery. we have a couple of more tweets that have come in. let us go back to the founds. rick, oklahoma, on our line for republicans. caller: this country is and one heck of a shape. when clinton was in office, we were in good shape. when bush got in, we went downhill. our president talks about taking us over the edge. not only that, we have gotten into two wars that we cannot pay for. i was about $1.2 trillion or so. when we got out of iraq, nothing has changed there. i do not see what will change and afghanistan. we give people tax breaks, the rich people for the past 11 years. how much has that cost? we have a dysfunctional congress. we have a republican-controlled congress that has been in power for over two years. they have not done anything. they want to bring -- blame the president for the jobs. host: on the front page of this morning's washington post --
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ahead of the special election for jesse jackson junior's vacant seat. next, 85%. that's how many businesses in new york city south street sea port area are board up from hurricane sandy. a local law maker estimates 450 jobs have been lost. and 3.78. that's how much a gallon of gas is going for today. prices have skyrocketed 20 cents over the last two weeks and continue to rise. boo hiss. >> peter: you couldn't start the season any better, jimmie johnson, he's thrilled about the win, but also remembering the 28 fans hurt in this weekend's crash. >> i wanted to get the start of the 500. we knew it was the best car for us and very happy to have it in the 500 and certainly did its job for us. and i want to give a big shout out to all the fans and want to send my thoughts and prayers to everybody who were injured in the grand stands. >> peter: that's getting everyone's attention. seven people are still hospitalized this morning. wofl's ray live outside the hospital in daytona with the latest. hi, ray. >> good morning to you. that's right. as you mentioned, seven nascar fans who were i
. >> the allman brothers, jackson brothers, the beverly brothers. musical brothers. if the everly brother the romulus brothers, the roman brothers, the car brothers dr joyce brothers a blessing and a curse will play pete still friends? >> are you still awake? i just want you to know i hate you. >> no matter what happens, they will still be super brothers. >> that is clever. and jack and jackie harbaough... coming up jan wahl but first, walnut creek. a lot of activity. overcast. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. hello everybody welcome to our second live hour of kron 4 news weekend.all eyes are on the big easy as bay area 49'er fans wait for the big game of games tomorrow.we have a live report from super bowl country let us to your forecast with a janu? >> good morning, we are going to see that fog and taking a look at current temperatures, 40's through concord. a 46 in daly city. and low 40's in live
the suspect who was referred to by authorities as jackson or of his several aliases remains the primary suspect in kevin collins disappearance. >> kron 4 news jeff bush spoke with kevin on the local for their reaction to the new developments in the case. >> he was arrested and ultimately convicted in san francisco in 1982 for kidnapping and molesting and performing lewd conduct of a young boy. he got six months in prison. three years probation, i as soon as he was out of prison kevin disappeared. >> his all says there's a cruel irony in the latest development of this case. >> the kevin collins foundation had an office next door to where this guy was on the corner of masonic and page street. we were at 11 02. he was at 11 08. it is sick to think this character was next door. i do not think that kevin was a live at the time. somehow, i feel they should have been able to do something to catch him. >> michael holtz the truth will come out and more clues will turn up. he feels like justice will never be served. >> you can't do anything to the guy because he is dead. >> the family can put it
to take place starting march 1. >> after president-elect andrew jackson's wife died in december of 1848, her neice, assumed the role of first lady. >> emily was perfect. with all the negatives washington had to say about andrew jackson, they loved emily. she covered everything. the women all liked her and as it was to happen, the women's opinions meant more than people thought in washington. but emily became his acting first lady. she entertained beautifully. she was polished and some people thought she was russ particular from the country. >> emily donaldson, one of the women who served as first lady in the series "first ladies," in the first of its kind project for television. season one begins this monday, presidents' day on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> after the state of the union address, president obama traveled to north carolina to highlight his proposals for creating jobs and spurring u.s. manufacturing. the president pushed for a higher minimum wage. the manufacturer employs 160 workers and plans to hire 40 more. the president's stop in north carolina is the first of
and other criteria pollutants. the folks like lisa jackson commission in new jersey when this started and in connecticut and others and so a real strong group of environmental regulators using the advantage of this program rggi to the regulatory programs. huge benefits to consumers to reduce energy bills and i will get into some work that sue has done in a second and the economic benefits, the energy jobs. unemployment in the states and the region are lower across-the-board are lower than the national average and one of the reasons rggi is in areas like the cui energy deployment as well as the manufacturing it's been one of the reasons we've had a little bit more resiliency in the downturn because we are slightly more diversified and its increasing our competitiveness we can say with certainty that our mission approach to reducing emissions is not going to lead to a significant regulation and the short term and the state's racing more towards federal regimes because of some of the changes that we are making so we will come back to that in a second when david gets here to of the 1.1 bi
computers, stole some cash and an antique tool chest. >>> 8:37. in even in defeat mark jackson shows the team is no pushover. he instructed his players to intentionally foul the houston rockets at the end of last night's game. he did not want the rockets to break the nba's single game record for three-point baskets. jeremy lin made five three- pointers. the rockets did tie the record with 23 trouncing the warriors, 140-109. the warriors have a tough game playing in oklahoma city who have won 14 straight games. >>> jim harbaugh hopes golf will take some of the sting away from the super bowl loss. he's playing at the pebble beach round. practice rounds began about an hour ago. yesterday giants' players beat the 49ersers players in a charity -- 49ers' players in a charity benefit. >>> and nancy pelosi went on the house floor to congratulate both the 49ers and the baltimore ravens. >> while it was hard to lose to the ravens, it would have been hard to lose to someone else, if someone had to beat the 49ers. >> nancy pelosi was conflicted over the super bowl. she rooted toker her home town
jackson might have over did. >> what about this mother who wanted her son to go to college so bad that she allegedly stole the paper so we cannot go arkansas? >> i do not have anything more on that. the thing is the son wanted to go to a difference: his mother wanted him to go in florida. she took his letter of intent and ran away. they stated that they cannot find the kid's mother. they stated that they're trying to work it out but they cannot find her. >> as a parent, the kids under 21 years old so he still needs his parents' permission to sign. >> i am not try to be funny, but no wonder the kid wants to get away from her. she is nutts! >> this is the sad part of college. a lot of times the parents want their children to go where they want them to go. he should be able to go where he wants to go. i do not know, i cannot understand this. i understand why they cannot find the mother. >> it did you see the latest pitcher of bill murray? >> i was like what 8 attractive older man in gq. there hiss' from this shot from yesterday. >> bill murray is the one celebrity that people stated that is w
in eric jackson, he joins us now on the news line. eric, i'm just wondering if you believe that something will be done with this cash, whether it be announced at this particular conference, or weeks after the shareholder meeting, and whether david einhorn played a pivotal role, in your view, of pushing this into the spotlight? >> yes, there's no question he did. and i do think we're going to get some answers on increased either stock buyback, or, you know, some form of the cash coming back to shareholders. but i don't think it will happen until the end of the month. basically, what's pushed this forward with einhorn is that apple has a shareholder meeting coming up at the end of the month. so shareholders have to vote on this particular measure around pressed stock. so he basically took that opportunity to kind of put this front and center. so i think basically between now and then, there's going to be a lot of back channel discussions, and i would expect some sort of shareholder friendly announcement before the end of the month. >> how are you voting your proks ji? i ask that, because th
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woodforde at jackson hole which said that the fed needs to promise the market that it will act differently in a zero bound environment when the economy starts to improve. we're going to keep going with this policy. and that's what is embedded in the interest rate policy, that's what's embedded in the qe policy. but right now, what's happening is the costs seem to be overwhelming, and the market -- the committee is just not comfortable being there. it's a bit like here's the promise. the promise was you put your hand out and i'm going to light a fire underneath it. and the policy is this, that even when your hand gets too hot, i'm not -- you're not going to remove your hand. you're going to keep in place. what we're finding out now is that this is a promise too far. the board is just not comfortable being there and it's going to have to find the language and the rhetoric to either put it back in place, or find something new -- >> if it's not working you've got to admit it. >> right. >> and you're not getting the benefits you thought you were getting. is this all because of stein? we heard b
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